The Maryland Association for Bank Security (MABS) is offering a reward for information about a recent bank robbery.
On Thursday, according to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, a man entered the Bank of America, in the 6400 block of Ridge Road, at about 9:20 a.m. He showed a semi-automatic handgun and demanded money, according to Sheriffs.
The robber didn’t hurt anyone and left with an “undisclosed” amount of money.
He’s described as a black man in his 30s, 6-foot-three-inches to six-foot-five-inches tall and weighing between 220 to 250 pounds, possibly with a scar on his left cheekbone, according to officials.
The robber was wearing an Orioles baseball cap, blue jeans, a white shirt, a grey, zip up hooded sweatshirt, black sneakers and a black face mask that covered his face from the top of his hairline to the top of his chin.
The Sheriff’s Office said the robber may have been a passenger in an older model, burgundy Honda or Toyota 4-door sedan, something like a Camry.
MABS is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest of the robber and anyone who may have been involved.
The Sheriff’s Office asks anyone with information about the robbery, or the identity or whereabouts of the suspect, to call 410-386-5900 or the toll-free, anonymous TIPS hotline: 1-888-399-TIPS (8477).